Kid's Bedrooms Galore...

Typically the design world comes to a halt in the summer time, leaving us loads of time to beach it, pool it, vacation it.  This summer, not so much, but busy is good and as a year old company, we are not complaining!

The past few weeks we've been bouncing back and forth between two really fun projects- both for the client's kid's bedrooms!

Color blocking built-ins. shocker! we can't get enough of it!

Walls: Benjamin Moore- Polar Ice.
We cut the color in half for the crown + the beams and painted the ceiling in BM's Super White 02.
Windows: Missoni
Ceiling Fixture- Solaria Bubbles Chandelier.  It's ok to be obsessed with it, we are too!
Dresser- Our client found this at Jonathan Adler- totally perfect fit.
Floors: NuSilk carpet.  Not silk, but looks + feels like it!
Bed: Kid's Supply. We used a great ostrich vinyl to upholster the headboards + footboards.
Somebody had a really hard time with this vacuum.  She swears it wasn't her first time using one.

Across town, we're working on two bedrooms. Installation of the furniture + floors isn't until after Labor Day, but here's a sneak peak of one of the rooms...

This room is small and used primarily when the eldest son is home visiting from college.  The furniture we're installing is all white and will take up most of the room, so we went dark, really dark on the walls ceilings and floor, matching the doors + trims with a corresponding paint color.  Our wallpaper installer kept insisting he could wallpaper the crown molding. We said, "No. It'll look crappy, please don't."  He really wanted to prove us wrong so he did a sample of it and, well, we were wrong. It looks FAB!

Walls + Ceiling: Phillip Jeffries: Juicy Jute Grasscloth